Proving conscious pain and suffering for tort victims with altered states of consciousness.

Even in a state with an artificial cap prohibiting awards that fully compensate victims for their damages, proving pain and suffering is important.  Case law, the jury instructions, the medical records and the appropriate use of an expert witness can greatly enhance the value of your client’s pain and suffering claim.

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View the Winter 2009 Trial Reporter issue here.


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